At the beginning of the year, it is common to perform a reading for the year ahead to see what it’ll bring. In addition to a reading to look ahead, I find it equally important to look back. In other words, a performance review. Throughout the year, I pull a card for each new and … More Reverse 12 Months Spread
Judgement signals the end of a cycle. Aeon, on the other hand, heralds a new age. … More Aeon
One of the most common questions asked by those who are interested in learning tarot is whether or not you have be a psychic. … More You don’t need to be a psychic to be a good tarot reader
I don’t think there are a lot of good people in this world. This is a hard thing to for me say amongst the spiritual community because it is generally a very positive environment. The last thing I want is to bring negativity to one of the few corners of the world where members truly … More What is ‘Good’?
There is a lesson embedded in every tarot card. With the 10 of Wands, the lesson is that of responsibility. … More 10 of Wands and the Meaning of Responsibility
A lot of people, especially those who have faith in divination, believe in destiny to some degree. Those who work with astrology may even say that our fates are ‘written in the stars’. On the one hand, divination and destiny seems to go hand in hand. After all, how can we see into the future … More Destiny is Not a Destination
The Hermit’s lesson is most relevant in today’s hyper modern internet age. … More The Hermit’s Lesson
Compassion isn’t born from suffering. Rather, it is the catalyst for its transformation.
I have a love/hate relationship with the term, ‘first world problem’. On the one hand, it is a very effective way to describe problems unique to having too much or worrying about superficial things. When my ego is wounded by utterly inconsequential things like not getting enough ‘likes’ on a posting or feeling self conscious … More First World Problems
Some believed that spiritual knowledge must be kept secret from the masses because the common people were too ignorant to understand the full depths of the teaching. … More Knowledge for the Masses